___________________________________________________ Thanks to Just Me for posting this video at the Isaac Brock Society. From Osama To Obama This is a great video that focuses on the consistent: 1. Evolution of the loss of rights in the U.S.; 2. The inevitable progress of the United States into becoming a police state.
Prologue – Data – The Gold of the 21st Century ___________________________________________________ Thanks to Just Me for posting this video at the Isaac Brock Society. From Osama To Obama This is a great video that focuses on the consistent: 1. Evolution of the loss of privacy in the U.S.; 2. The inevitable progress of the United States […]
As citizenship evolves … I began this post in 2015. It has languished in draft form since that time. It is now November of 2017. As #TaxReform17 comes to an end, I feel motivated to finish it. It is now 2019. Really, it’s probably now or never. This post draws heavily from posts, insights and […]
https://www.facebook.com/groups/AmericanExpatriates/permalink/492020850963992/ Official statement from AARO on the FATCA Lawsuit filed last Tuesday. Association of Americans Resident Overseas The filing of the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of FATCA is one more development in the history of a law that AARO has always felt was crafted hastily without thinking of its repercussions on the estimated 8.7 million […]
John Gibson in New York interviews Keith Redmond in Paris and the train wreck known as #FATCA ruining… http://t.co/GC6obAW5Ft — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) January 26, 2015
The following tweets reference two great summaries of the AARO FATCA meeting on October 6, 2014 in Paris: Big news! @SenMikeLee opposes #FATCA and outlines specific steps to achive repeal https://t.co/hn4satz3iQ — U.S. Citizen Abroad (@USCitizenAbroad) October 7, 2014 @VictoriaFerague post on @AARO #FATCA meeting with @SenMikeLee and Jim Bopp http://t.co/3mNawWpvu0 "There is a tide […]
Once upon a time in America – Protection of freedom from within “Freedom and the dignity of the individual have been more available and more assured here than in any other land on earth. The price for this freedom at times has been high, but we have never been unwilling to pay that price. … […]